Tysons, Virginia-based LMI has agreed to acquire national security consulting services contractor FourWinds under a deal of an undisclosed sum approved by the former’s board and the leadership teams of both companies.
LMI said Thursday the acquisition seeks to complement its management consulting service offerings for the intelligence sector as the company eyes further expansion in the federal and international markets.
“We selected a company that fits our culture, particularly in intelligence programs at LMI, ” said Kellene Ecker, director of LMI’s intelligence programs group.
“We have the same beliefs and mentality of public service and have a longstanding partnership with FourWinds, ” Ecker added.
FourWinds provides performance management, business analytics and strategic communications services to agencies that perform national security missions.
LMI employs more than 1, 000 consultants who work with government clients to help them manage logistics, information technology and resource allocation programs.